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PostPosted: Fri Jul 12, 2002 7:35 pm 
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83.30 Boston Crusaders
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PostPosted: Fri Jul 12, 2002 7:43 pm 
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Way to go SPIRIT!!!!!! Keep it up!

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Wow, and all this talk of when Cavies were gonna break 90. Cadets are "en fuego".

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Wow, and all this talk of when Cavies were gonna break 90. Cadets are "en fuego".


OK Micheal....watch it, you are starting to sound like some other Michael that we all know :) hehe

It looks like we have 2 pretty intense battles heating up. I can't wait for San Antonio! This will be a fun week!

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GO BAC!!

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OK Micheal....watch it, you are starting to sound like some other Michael that we all know :) hehe


Ummm, huh?


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Micheal Cesario.... the Spanglish "The Cadets are en fuego" is rather Cesarioesque (new word!)


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And they're at it again.
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Micheal Cesario.... the Spanglish "The Cadets are en fuego" is rather Cesarioesque (new word!)


Somehow I shutter at the thought....mainly cause I'm still trying to get over him describing a Phantom Regiment program several years back...."like taking a bath in chocolate" :shock: Gee, thanks for putting that visual into my head there, Mike :?


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Micheal Cesario.... the Spanglish "The Cadets are en fuego" is rather Cesarioesque (new word!)



LOL!!! Ooooooohhh. . .I promise I am not blonde. Anyway, remember this one when describing SCV's La Mer in 96???

It's LIQUID, it's UNDULATING, it's. . .LA MER!!!!!!!

I used to see him every year at the Midwest Convention in Chicago. He is quite the same in person. Only there he was trying to sell some flags rather than commentate drum corps (thank God!).

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Oh my gosh!!!! This has to be the funniest thing I have ever seen!

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That is sooo funny, wish we could get all of the corps on there. Then hook up a joy stick and sign on to our favorite corps. OK I'm taking this too far. I know, I know, back to reality!

Um is someone making fun of blondes above on his thread?? :oops:

The truth is, my hair is almost jet black, then went a little gray, and then :o something happened and it went to a kind of blonde. I'm not sure what happened? But I like it, I really really like it!

I don't mind being in the same category as Ms. Malibu, any time thank you.

Were you trying to sound like Ms. Marilyn Monroe above? That's cute too!!

I love that new word, but I wouldn't want him to hear it, he'd be sooo thrilled that someone made up a name like that! Actually, you coined that? Wow, history in the making, maybe someone should tell him!

He also makes up word. During finals in 94 while we were warming up-he said something like we were dressed in full "Lancerdom" - rhyming with Kingdom I believe. It's on the tape, I didn't actually hear him from the press box, DOH.

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i used to be a strong outspoken supporter of the BD hornline... but i'm not so sure anymore. this cadets hornline is SUPER SUPER clean. my seats at this event... front on the 50 (horrible for visual but there's not much better than this for listening. what i heard from that hornline was right on the money (for where they ar in the season). it was absolutely frightening! I have heard my fair share of hornlines (up-close and personal) but this brass section is outstanding. I am looking forward to seeing them take that caption at finals.

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 Post subject: Re: buffalo show
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CFI BLOOO wrote:
i used to be a strong outspoken supporter of the BD hornline... but i'm not so sure anymore. this cadets hornline is SUPER SUPER clean. my seats at this event... front on the 50 (horrible for visual but there's not much better than this for listening. what i heard from that hornline was right on the money (for where they ar in the season). it was absolutely frightening! I have heard my fair share of hornlines (up-close and personal) but this brass section is outstanding. I am looking forward to seeing them take that caption at finals.


Yeah, I was looking forward to the same thing last year. :(

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:-) well... i was pretty convinced of the devils brass line strength last year... but the word on the street is that the devils "just don't got it this time around". for me, the jury will be out until the first week in august when i can get out to see them in Ohio. but based on the word of some friends who have seen them... it looks to me like the guys and gals from jersey may be the masters of brass this time and perhaps for a few more rounds to come. we will see. (i personaly don't like the idea of a "falling" BD hornline... but i'm not opposed to change :-) ). if the cadets get credit this time for what they have, it would put a smile on my face. very classy execution... better than both 2000 and 2001 cadets brass lines in my opinion. VERY clean execution... puts some eastman wind ensemble performances i have heard to shame. no kidding.

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